Mary Rose Museum

Mary Rose Museum

 

Competition entry for a world-class museum on the Tudor Navy, based upon the reuniting of the hull of Henry VIII's flagship, which sunk in the Solent in 1545, with the thousands of conserved objects salvaged from the wreck when it was raised in 1982. Burrell Foley Fischer’s scheme was designed to protect the Mary Rose in an iconic new home. The site would be restored to a harbourside, with the heritage enhanced and providing a stunning new setting for historic ships. The structure minimised the final volume requiring critical environmental control and allowed for progressive enclosure using off site prefabrication.